Advertisement Consent

When a new shop opens up it will most likely require new signage for the shop front. Many businesses will change their branding, signs and address over time. If the sign faces the public domain it may require planning consent. You may need to apply for advertisement consent to display an advertisement bigger than 0.3 square metres (or any size if illuminated) on the front of, or outside, your property (be it a house or business premises).

Advertisement Consent is a type of application that is submitted to the council to obtain planning consent for any signs and alterations to a shop front or facade of a building that contains letters and images.

Osborne Planning have years of experience obtaining advertisement consent for all types of commercial and retail properties in London and Manchester.

We can design your logo, shop front, signage and advise on the planning requirements and restrictions. If you would like to discuss your signage and advertisement consent application, please get in touch: enquiries@osborneplanning.uk

 

When a new shop opens up it will most likely require new signage for the shop front. Advertisement Consent is a type of application that is submitted to the council to obtain planning consent for any signs and alterations to a shop front or facade of a building that contains letters and images.

Osborne Planning have years of experience obtaining advertisement consent for all types of commercial and retail properties in London and Manchester.

We can design your logo, shop front, signage and advise on the planning requirements and restrictions. If you would like to discuss your signage and advertisement consent application, please get in touch: enquiries@osborneplanning.uk

For more information visit here: http://www.planning-consultant-london.co.uk/

http://kensingtonplanning.co.uk/

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